Watch our spokeswomen talk to MPs and peers

Our spokeswomen Tanya Carter and Tracy Shaw were recently invited to talk to a cross-party group of MPs and peers at a meeting organised by Baroness Nicholson of Winterbourne. The discussion concerned the way in which lobby groups have been able to bypass parliamentary scrutiny and effect changes to the law and within civil society … Continue reading Watch our spokeswomen talk to MPs and peers

‘Petite Fille’ on BBC 4: the opposite of acceptance

BBC 4 have recently released a documentary film by Sébastien Lifshitz called Petite Fille (Little Girl), the story of a 7-year-old French boy who likes wearing dresses and playing with dolls, and who thought as a four-year-old that he could grow up to be a girl. Sasha is now identified as a girl by his … Continue reading ‘Petite Fille’ on BBC 4: the opposite of acceptance

Help with filling in the Welsh RSE Consultation

The Welsh Government consultation on its new Relationship and Sexuality Curriculum is open until 16 July 2021.Responses can be submitted in writing by post or online here: https://gov.wales/curriculum-wales-guidance-and-code-relationships-and-sexuality-education-rse This curriculum will be mandatory for all Welsh children from the age of 3. Parents will not be able to withdraw their children from Relationship and Sexuality Education … Continue reading Help with filling in the Welsh RSE Consultation

Welsh RSE consultation closes 16th July

The Welsh government is asking for feedback on its proposed 'Relationships and Sexuality Education Statutory Guidance and Code' in advance of the introduction of the new 'Curriculum for Wales' in 2022. The new code will apply to all maintained schools, nurseries, PRUs and local authorities in Wales. Parents, carers, teachers: you have until the 16th … Continue reading Welsh RSE consultation closes 16th July

Schools pay for “misinformation from Stonewall” | The Telegraph

The Telegraph reports this morning on a series of guidance packs produced for schools by Stonewall, the trans lobby group. Our spokeswoman Tanya Carter explains why Safe Schools Alliance are very concerned about the safeguarding aspects of these. Stonewall's guides inform schools that there should be no single-sex toilets, and that boys and girls should … Continue reading Schools pay for “misinformation from Stonewall” | The Telegraph

Breast binding at Nonsuch High

As reported in The Sunday Times this morning, Safe Schools Alliance has reported Nonsuch High School for Girls to the Department for Education over very worrying safeguarding failures and breaches of the 1996 Education Act. Our concerns include its promotion of the damaging practice of breast binding, as well as providing children with links to … Continue reading Breast binding at Nonsuch High

‘Irreversible Damage’ review: an alarm call to parents

This review of 'Irreversible Damage: The Transgender Craze Seducing Our Daughters' by Abigail Shrier has been written by one of our supporters. The book is a study of the increasingly common phenomenon of gender dysphoria among teenage girls in the USA. It looks at what is prompting girls to identify as the opposite sex, and … Continue reading ‘Irreversible Damage’ review: an alarm call to parents

How to Complain to your Child’s School

What Can Parents Do? We are often asked by parents how they can complain when their child’s school is undermining safeguarding. Fortunately there are well established procedures in place to deal with situations like this. All schools will have a complaints policy that you can follow. This alarms a lot of people and some parents … Continue reading How to Complain to your Child’s School